Cardano continues to remain in the headlines due to their achievements and bold plans for the future.
Almost on a daily basis, the team behind the project drops new announcements about what they are doing or what they plan on doing in the future with the project.
Now, the Cardano foundation notes the following message in this tweet:
Cardano Monthly show: January edition
Join us this Thursday 28th for our monthly update on all things #Cardano with Aparna Jue and @timbharrison
Register today: https://t.co/MRv6a6NTdD
— Input Output (@InputOutputHK) January 26, 2021
The original notes say that Cardano enthusiasts should “Tune in for the latest edition of our monthly show, where we bring you all the freshest news on Cardano development and all the latest news from the ecosystem. Join your hosts Tim Harrison & Aparna Jue to hear updates from across the ecosystem!”
Cardano’s ADA in the crypto market
Regarding the price of ADA these days, at the moment of writing this article, ADA is trading in the red, and the coin is priced at $0.3234.
The coin is now down by more than 5% in the past 24 hours.
It’s also worth noting that a lot of people have also been saying that ADA was reacting to the altcoin boom.
CryptoSlate also noted that the data aggregated by Pieter Nierop, a Cardano stake pool operator, “the number of wallets that have delegated all of their ADA has reached its all-time-high number of 152,417. This represents 54.92 percent of the 277,538 ADA wallets on the market.”
The latest reports coming from CryptoSlate reveal that Cardano overtook Polkadot as the most decentralized blockchain network currently on the market.
“With over 69 percent of the total circulating supply of its native cryptocurrency ADA staked on the network, Cardano seems to be living up to its promise to become one hundred times more decentralized than Bitcoin,” according to the online publication.
Stay tuned for more Cardano-related news.
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